I’m shocked I haven’t done this! I thought I did but I guess I didn’t and now my list was overwhelmed! This is someone what inspired and reminded by thinking of the new AMC show based off of Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire (which I will check out) and I was wondering, have I … Continue reading Favorites: Vampires
I need to knock these out before November just dips out and hello December! I briefly discussed the films I saw during October, documenting my experience giving some highs and lows and overall feelings about some of the films I saw. I didn’t go through depth for all 20+ but today I am but I … Continue reading Lightning Round Reviews
The intentions of this blog in 2015 was showcasing cinematography and the artistry behind and within horror films. Inspired by a random tumblr that focused on cinematography in dramas, I got the idea to do the same for horror. Thankfully in modern times, horror is taken more seriously, more recognition and acceptance but I still … Continue reading SoH Presents: Favorite CINEMATOGRAPHY
It’s officially February which means two things: valentine’s day or galentine’s day and Black History Month. For this, we are going to be looking at the former. Within horror, we have tons of subgenres from supernatural to slasher, paranormal, comedies and there are some that have themes of love. Lost love, love gone bad, obsessed … Continue reading 10 Films for Valentine’s Horror Watches
So we all have our comfort foods, comfort tv shows, comfort movies, etc, right? I got this idea yesterday (12/9) and I wondered what my comfort or guilty pleasure films that I go to in the genre. So I thought about what movies I tend to go to more than once to just put on … Continue reading 5 Guilty Pleasure Horror Movies
A film called Killbots is released in March of 1986 to limited screens. It doesn't do well at the box office. However, it's given a rename, Chopping Mall, and is released later that year on vhs where it created a cult following that still exists today. Betamax was developed in 1975. VHS was now accessible … Continue reading VHS Finds: The Video Store Edition
Title: Bram Stoker’s Dracula Year: 1992 Dir.: Francis Ford Coppola Producer: Francis Ford Coppola, Fred Fuchs, Charles Mulvehill Writer(s): Bram Stoker (“Dracula”), James V. Hart Company: American Zoetrope, Columbia Pictures Starring: Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Keanu Reeves, Anthony Hopkins, Cary Elwes, Sadie Frost, Richard E. Grant, Tom Waits. This movie is an art nerd’s wet … Continue reading Bram Stoker’s Dracula; The Blood is the Life.